Blyth Academy is the largest network of private high schools in Canada with 10 in-person campuses and two virtual schools. Each campus is designed to be a community of 100-200 students with average class sizes of 12 students per class. Blyth Academy offers a comprehensive full-time program as well as night school, summer school, private courses, and online classes in both teacher-led and self-paced formats. We create unique opportunities for students to reach their fullest potential and ultimately shape the world.
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Globeducate is a world leader in K-12 private schools serving more than 25,000 students. With over 50 premium international schools, Globeducate reaches 10 countries including Spain, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Portugal, India, Malaysia, and Qatar.
At Globeducate, we believe that our students will only succeed in the world of tomorrow, if they are prepared for the challenges that they will face.
The world is changing at an incredible pace, and our planet is facing unprecedented social, economic and environmental challenges. In addition to providing an excellent education, we ensure that our students build character, learn skills and develop abilities beyond the purely academic. Our students have a voice, and we give them the power to act and help build a more equal, fair and sustainable world.
We prepare each student to become a global citizen who can shape the world.
Speaking on Blue Monday, Jessica Lewis, Lead Guidance Counsellor at Blyth Academy Mississauga returns to speak with Dina Pugliese of Breakfast Television about recognizing mental health red flags in your child.
Students took part in the annual Globeducate Virtual Arts Competition in November, with the theme “Connections”. From ages 5 to 18, nearly 200 students in 39 schools from around the world jumped on the opportunity to showcase and explore their talents in sculpture, poetry, drawing, 3D art, painting, photography and creative writing.
Though each of our 10 campuses is its own school community, one thing remains consistent – a commitment to preparing students to be lifelong learners and those that will shape the world. Through small classes, strong student support and personalized learning, we can offer an experience that focuses on each individual student and their future goals.
Students from Blyth Academy London and Blyth Academy Mississauga attended Globeducate’s annual Student Leadership Summit hosted for three days in October. The event brought two senior students from 23 schools together for a three-day, online symposium. Students from Blyth Academy as well as students in Europe and India joined the event – the first time it was held virtually rather than at Stonar in England – to develop their leadership skills, both in theory and practice.
Today, on the National Day of Remembrance for Truth and Reconciliation, students and staff across our campuses are participating in activities to honour those that survived and those that were lost as a result of the residential school system, their families, and communities. We believe that engagement, empowerment and understanding are the first steps towards furthering reconciliation. With awareness comes education and with education comes the opportunity for action.